DON’T BE surprised if you bump into a unicorn or two in Shaw and Crompton…
There’s every chance you might also meet a special ‘fairycorn’ named Lula.
To meet with a growing appeal among youngsters for everything unicorn related, Shaw dance teacher and business owner Anna Kirkpatrick is organising unicorn themed parties.
The launch recently took place at St Joseph’s RC Church Hall with ‘fairycorn’ Lula, the alter ego of Lucinda Mannion, in attendance.
Anna, whose Anna’s Dance classes are already attended by hundreds of local youngsters, believes her new venture is going to be as equally as popular.
“Unicorns are the new, big craze,” says Anna.
“We only finished our branding in January and we have already been swamped with requests.
“Lula went down a storm with the kids. I call her the unicorn fairy, she says she is a ‘fairycorn.”
“We cater for children from the age of three upwards,” added Anna.
“We can arrange parties at home or host them at my base at St Josephs.
“We can do any size from a small group of four or five up to 60 and more. It depends what people want.
“We have a couple of set packages but you can also create your own package.
“And you can add Lula to a package. She is lovely; all pink, glitzy and ditzy.”
What they can expect is an experience, entirely unicorn themed from games, glitter face painting, sparkle craft, cup-cakes and candy buffet.
The venture also has a new website with more information on Lula and the parties: